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Indeed. in Lokasenna Loki accuses Gefion of selling her body for a necklace while Odin says that. eorþan modor [earth mother]' and ends: Then let the plough be driven forth and the first furrow made. to ensure fertility. Best Her to Bed Her: Sigrun and Brünnhilde. "Blind Idiot" Translation: Arguably the common choice of translating the Jotuns as giants. Because of its magic qualities, it was a prized possession.

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